This community owned market garden is seeking to employ a Head Gardener.
Riverside Market Garden is part funded through grants and part funded through shareholders and from its 5 acre site [10 miles west of Cardiff] runs a veg box scheme and also supplies local markets and restaurants.
Barjarg is the latest documentary film to have been made by WWOOFer, Kris Barnes. Currently studying Film & Television Production at York St John University, Kris has managed to capture the feel of being with a host family featured in this 12 minute short.
Founded in 2011 - in Kingsbury, Texas in the USA - Habitable Spaces is a community arts and agriculture project in which artists are invited to create large-scale interactive art works while exploring alternative forms of living. These artworks become installed as a permanent part of the farm, creating a space that over the years will become a more comprehensive and collaborative project with each successive year.
Jean-Martin Fortier started his journey into farming via internships and WWOOFing along with his wife, Maude-Helene Desroches. The pair eventually began their own project on rented land and honed their skills over the years. Jean-Martin recently took a couple of years out from farming to write the book 'The Market Gardener: A Successful Grower's Handbook For Smallscale Organic Farming' - he contends that it is possible to make a healthy living from just a few acres of land. "I felt that there was a need for a book like this. I have been involved in growing the food movement.
This is a job offered by Cultivate Oxford - a food cooperative with over 400 members based in Little Wittenham. Cultivate supplies fresh, locally-produced food to Oxford and surrounding communities via a mobile greengrocery (the VegVan) at markets and through an online shop, Cultivate Online.